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Subject: Standard line-up, great sound
A nice outro to He's Gone into Other One. Cool transitioning back into Truckin'. It sounds like at the end of Other One, they start playing Wharf Rat but a quick look at the setlist, and they switch to Sing Me Back Home.
Subject: May be my favorite '72 show.
I love everything from China Cat on. Phil's bass, for some reason pertaining to the early recording, is distorted, making the beginning hard to listen to at first, but persevere.
Actually, the more recent version of this recording is even better than this one.
Subject: Perfect Balance!
I've got to agree with the review below me. Mr. Miller has created another masterpiece with the perfect balance of Bob and Jerry. Excellent examples of this are Bertha, Deal, Around and Around, and Big River. Classic 1972. Great Performance with amazing music and audio that gives individual highlights to each member of the band but still shows you just how much of a team effort a concert from The Grateful Dead was. Beautiful show and worth the download for any fan.
Sounds incredible! The stereo split with Weir and Garcia's guitars is upfront and crisp. Love it and thanks for the upgrade.
Tidewater four ten O nine -
Subject: Sleep well - Diana
"but Greatest Story seems to be missing and the second set tracks don't line up on the player......" - congrats Diana - or should we call you 'Princess'. Another job (stuffing Dead-Heads) well done ....